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Legal Aid Chicago Webinar Series Part 6: School to Prison Pipeline

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8-Part Webinar Series: The Emerging Legal Crisis Facing Chicago’s Black and Brown Communities

September 16, 2020
12:00 PM CST
Webinar

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Barack Ferrazzano is a proud sponsor of Legal Aid Chicago’s Part 6 Webinar: School to Prison Pipeline, as a part of the organization’s larger educational 8-Part Webinar Series, The Emerging Legal Crisis Facing Chicago’s Black and Brown Communities.

While already suffering the detrimental effects of systemic racism, Cook County’s Black and Brown communities now face the additional disproportionate negative effects of another crisis – the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. These communities have always faced civil legal issues threatening their stability, but COVID-19 is causing a tsunami of eviction, foreclosure, domestic violence, immigration, workers’ rights/employment, public benefits, nursing home, and education cases. The Barack Ferrazzano-sponsored School to Prison Pipeline webinar will provide an in-depth exploration of the educational legal issues facing Black and Brown communities and Legal Aid’s work to address them.

Legal Aid Chicago’s 8-Part Webinar Series includes:

Each one-hour session will be led by some of Chicago’s leading legal aid lawyers and will be presumptively accredited for 1.0 CLE Credit in Ethics.

To register for one or more of the webinar events, visit: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_py2BnwmpR8uDToDN4k72fg?bbeml=tp-PifQBby9C0CPxY-IX45VXw.ji9E7DjL9Sk2Rc6TB_Uxc-A.rHhX0v1dpCEK3MKoSvf-MjA.lTHkWvkUaC0uh7wzCGxZFjw                                                          

About Legal Aid Chicago

Founded in 1972, Legal Aid Chicago (formerly LAF) provides high quality, free legal services in civil matters to Cook County residents living in poverty and other vulnerable members of the Chicagoland community--including seniors, veterans, and survivors of domestic violence. Through litigation and advocacy, the organization fights to secure individual rights to affordable housing, basic healthcare, fair working conditions, protection from abuse, and economic stability.

To learn more about Legal Aid Chicago, visit: https://www.legalaidchicago.org/who-we-are/

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